Baby Name of the Day: Aveline

July 13, 2011

Depending on your perspective, she’s either a nouveau spin on current favorites, or a medieval rarity prime for a comeback. Thanks to Kayleigh for suggesting Aveline as our Baby Name of the Day.

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Baby Name of the Day: Verona

March 30, 2011

It’s the fair city of Romeo and his Juliet. How would it wear as a daughter’s name? Thanks to Fran for suggesting Verona as our Baby Name of the Day.

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Baby Name of the Day: Galen

March 18, 2011

Smoosh the Biblical Gabriel with the nouveau Jalen, add a certain retro vibe and what do you get? Thanks to Emily for suggesting Galen as our Baby Name of the Day.

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Baby Name of the Day: Ulysses

February 3, 2011

He’s literary, mythological, and figures in American history. He’s also more popular than you might guess. Thanks to Darja for suggesting a name dear to her heart. Our Baby Name of the Day is Ulysses.

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Baby Name of the Day: Virginia

October 25, 2010

She’s a literary, regal, place name with an undeniable romance. Yes, Virginia – it is your turn to be featured as Baby Name of the Day. Thanks to Emily for the suggestion.

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Name of the Day: Bede

January 19, 2010

He’s a seventh century monk, but his name sounds surprisingly modern. Thanks to Bewildertrix for suggesting Bede as Name of the Day.

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Name of the Day: Byron

December 10, 2009

Want your boy to be mad, bad and dangerous to know?

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Name of the Day: Horatio

October 6, 2009

He’s a hero in history and fiction alike, and his sprightly sound might appeal to modern parents. Thanks to Paul for suggesting Horatio as Name of the Day.

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Name of the Day: Virgil

April 17, 2009

It sounds geriatric, maybe even a smidge hick. But with fashionable mamas considering choices like Homer and Earl, can this one be far behind? Thanks to PhotoQuilty for suggesting Virgil as Name of the Day.

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